WSU's Emergency Grading Accommodation for Spring 2020 temporarily replaces Academic Regulation 50. It went into place March 27, 2020 and allows undergraduate students the option of requesting Pass/Fall Grading for Spring 2020 courses until June 1, 2020. The main information about this accommodation can be found on our Pass/Fail page. This page provides answers to frequently asked questions.
PP or F - as they are equivalent to C-, D+, D, or F grades. P grades are not repeatable as they represent grades C and higher.
Yes, if you earned a PP or F grade AND this was your first time through the course. However, the grading basis will default to letter graded (A-F). If you wish to repeat the course with P/F grading, use the Enrollment Change Form to make the request. Your advisor's signature is required. If WSU has not returned to on-campus operations, watch for an alternate process.
Yes. Once the final grade posts, the previous course will be omitted and the previous credits will no longer calculate into GPA and will be omitted.
No. Courses taken P/F for Spring 2020 will not count towards the 6 course Pass/Fall limit described in Academic Regulation 50.